Why You Don't Want To Buy A Rebuilt Salvage Vehicle

Ever been tempted to buy a Rebuilt Salvage vehicle? Formerly wrecked but now legal to drive, the former Salvage vehicle might be substantially less expensive than another similar vehicle without that designation. I would caution you: Rebuilt Salvage vehicles are the fool's gold of the automotive world. » 11/06/14 2:33pm 11/06/14 2:33pm

Can You Count On A Salesperson's "Expert" Advice?

You buy a truck to pull your boat trailer and specifically ask the salesperson if it will do the job. He assures you it will. Afterwards, you discover it couldn't pull your trailer downhill with a tailwind. Can you sue to un-do that deal? Probably not – unless you took specific steps to protect yourself. » 10/30/14 1:48pm 10/30/14 1:48pm

Should You Bother Obscuring Your License Plates In Photos?

If you're reading this now, there's great chance that you spend far too many of your waking hours looking at pictures of cars online. Which means you've probably noticed that many of those images have their license tags obscured in some way. Being the inquisitive (likely) mammal that you are, you've probably wondered… » 9/11/12 3:00pm 9/11/12 3:00pm

How You Can Sue An Automaker In Small Claims Court And Win

Yesterday, Heather Peters proved one woman can strike a blow against a major automaker when she succeeded in a landmark California case against Honda for making false claims about fuel economy.The key? Take them to small claims court. With her help, we've created this definitive step-by-step guide to how she, like a… » 2/02/12 10:50am 2/02/12 10:50am

These Are The Carmakers At The Detroit Auto Show Supporting SOPA

The Stop Online Piracy Act is a bill currently before the U.S. Congress that would limit free speech online under the guise of protecting copyrights, which "is one of the most insidious threats to democracy in the Internet age." Strangely, one group supporting this legislation is the Alliance of Automobile… » 1/08/12 5:45pm 1/08/12 5:45pm